veridicality

veridical

[vuh-rid-i-kuhl]
adjective
1.
truthful; veracious.
2.
corresponding to facts; not illusory; real; actual; genuine.
Also, veridic.


Origin:
1645–55; < Latin vēridicus (vēr(us) true + -i- -i- + -dicus speaking) + -al1

veridicality, noun
veridically, adverb
unveridic, adjective
unveridical, adjective
unveridically, adverb
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veridical (vɪˈrɪdɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  truthful
2.  psychol of or relating to revelations in dreams, hallucinations, etc, that appear to be confirmed by subsequent events
 
[C17: from Latin vēridicus, from vērus true + dīcere to say]
 
veridicality
 
n
 
ve'ridically
 
adv

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